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A big Arbor Day
Local charities honored at Arbor Day celebration
Arbor Day
From left: Councilman X. Willard Polk; United Way representatives Molly Kornegay, Marie Sheheen, Pam Spivey, Donny Supplee and Janis Garder; Fred Ogburn, Food for the Soul; Clarence McMillan, Mt. Moriah Soup Kitchen; Claire Shell, Camden Parks and Trees Commission; Frank Griffith, Food for the Soul; Harriet Reid, New Day on Mill; Hope Robertson, Habitat for Humanity; Councilwoman Alfred Mae Drakeford; Bruce Little, Habitat for Humanity; Mayor Jeffrey Graham; and Councilman Walter Long.
The city of Camden and the Camden Parks and Trees Commission honored local outreach organizations during a special Arbor Day tree dedication ceremony Friday at Monument Square. Christian Community Ministries, Habitat for Humanity, Mt. Moriah Soup Kitchen, United Way, Food for the Soul and New Day on Mill were all recognized for their efforts to provide food and shelter to the community.